"A unique hybrid of world music, art song, Americana and avant-garde folk; utterly uncategorizable but always transcendently beautiful."
"Epiphany’s live show has a wild and haunting energy. The rhythms are mesmerizing and Bet’s 4 octave voice stunning."
—The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Some of the most evocative and intelligent music to come down the pike in a long time."
"It may not be jazz, but the spirit is there. These aren't pop tunes, but free-flowing compositions... we were amazed by Williams' ethereal vocals."
"With the improv piano of Emmy Award-winning film score composer, John Hodian... the work of this duo is a musical marriage that blends traces of Clannad's mystic airs, Tori Amos' loveliest emanations and, inexplicably there's even a bit of Kate Bush."
"Williams has been rightly compared to Loreena McKinnitt and Tori Amos for both the sheer beauty of her instrument and the passion with which she sings."
—Sing Out! Magazine
"Based in Armenia and New York, Composer-Pianist John Hodian and Singer/Songwriter Bet Williams led an ensemble of piano, voice, percussion and cello in a performance of high and soulful energy."
—New York Post
"Their music will easily appeal to fans of Joni Mitchell, Tori Amos and even Betty Carter, because of Bet's considerable four-octave range voice. Some of it evokes ancient chant and some of it is utterly reminiscent of contemporary composers like Steve Reich and Phillip Glass. There's also some world beat textures, but it's all held together by its beauty... its sheer beauty."